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What is PostgreSQL:
PostgreSQL is a free, open-source relational database management system that focuses on SQL conformance and extensibility. With over 30 years of active development, PostgreSQL is
one of the most widely used open-source database tools in the world. PostgreSQL is very stable, it supports different functions of SQL, like foreign keys, subqueries, triggers, as well as different user defined types and functions. This database management system offers features usually found only on commercial systems like Oracle and SQL Server. It can process the most complex types of data, and offers optimal performance in all circumstances. The system also and above all owes its popularity to its open source nature. Thanks to this, this DBMS system is one of the most reliable today.
What you will learn and cover during your lessons:
Introduction to Databases
This module covers the basics of relational databases, including tables, columns, and relationships. You will learn how to create a simple database schema and perform basic CRUD operations.
In this module, you will learn how to use SQL to query a PostgreSQL database. You will learn about basic SQL statements such as SELECT, WHERE, and ORDER BY, and how to use them to retrieve data from a database.
This module covers best practices for designing a PostgreSQL database schema, including normalization and denormalization. You will learn how to choose the appropriate data types and create relationships between tables.
In this module, you will learn techniques for optimizing the performance of PostgreSQL databases. You will learn how to use indexes, analyze queries, and tune the PostgreSQL server for optimal performance.
This module covers how to set up and manage database replication in PostgreSQL. You will learn how to create and manage replicas, set up synchronous and asynchronous replication, and monitor replication status.
In this module, you will learn how to use partitioning in PostgreSQL to improve performance and manage large data sets. You will learn how to create partitioned tables, set up partitioning rules, and optimize queries for partitioned data.
This module covers advanced indexing techniques in PostgreSQL, including multi-column indexes, partial indexes, and expression indexes. You will learn how to use these techniques to improve query performance and manage large data sets.
In this module, you will learn how to tune PostgreSQL for high performance and scalability. You will learn how to optimize memory usage, disk access, and query execution, as well as how to use monitoring tools to identify and fix performance issues.
In this module, you will learn advanced administration techniques in PostgreSQL, including user management, security, and auditing. You will also learn how to configure PostgreSQL for high availability and manage upgrades and migrations.
In this module, you will learn about PostgreSQL high availability techniques, including how to use load balancing, connection pooling, and failover management tools to ensure maximum uptime for your applications.
In this module, you will learn about PostgreSQL extensions, including how to install and manage popular extensions such as PostGIS, pgAdmin, and pgBouncer. You will also learn how to create your own extensions.
This module covers advanced data types in PostgreSQL, including arrays, hstore, and JSON. You will learn how to create and manipulate these data types and how to use them in your database applications.
This module covers advanced development topics in PostgreSQL, including procedural languages, triggers, and extensions. You will learn how to create advanced database applications using these techniques.